Gas plant engineers offer take on profitability of standardized vs. customized designs.
Successful first year of operations proves the commercial viability of Siluria Technologies' oxidative coupling of methane-to-ethylene technology.
A new device, now being tested in the Utica Shale and the Eagle Ford Shale, can destroy vapors while generating electrical power at remote oil and gas operations.
Decreased E&P activity hasn’t helped prices recover, partly because improved efficiencies have improved production with volumes dropping only recently.
The midstream market is an expensive endeavor, but by aligning finance departments, companies can effectively manage cash, cost and risk.
Interlacing specialized software through operations cuts down on inefficiencies and helps companies prevent profits from slipping through the cracks, technology expert says.
The Dallas company sold substantially all of its assets, which included about 95,000 net acres and 380 miles of associated gathering and processing infrastructure in North Louisiana and North Texas, to Aethon United for an undisclosed amount.
EPA’s new emissions rule requires midstream operators to be prepared by Aug. 2, legal experts warn.
Gregory A. Rosenstein has more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry, including 14 years at Superior Energy Services, where his responsibilities included investor relations and corporate planning.
Randy Dean and Chad Lenamon lead College Station, Texas-based Pegasus. They are the former presidents of CDM Resource Management LLC. Its executive team has nearly 100 years of combined experience in gas compression.
Real-time data evaluation critical to integrity management of underground natural gas storage.
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration said surveys reveal Line 903 has similar corrosion characteristics as Line 901, which ruptured and spilled crude along Santa Barbara County, Calif., coast, Reuters said.
“Orphaned oil,” corrosive and contaminated with organic chlorides, is now shipping out after sitting three years in tanks outside San Francisco. Chevron loaded it onto two Asia-bound tankers, Bloomberg said.
Fiber Optic Systems Technology Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has reported that the corporation will provide corrosion monitoring systems for a technology development project for the pipeline industry supported by the Alberta government.
Likely reauthorization of pipeline safety bill will strengthen the U.S. transportation department’s hand and make the regulatory process more transparent.
SoCalGas' original agreement with the Los Angeles City Attorney, and approved by the courts, called for the relocation program to end 48 hours after the gas leak at the Aliso Canyon storage facility was stopped.
Dennis V. Arriola, chairman, president and CEO of SoCalGas, said that the company will partner with state and local agencies to help the local community and impacted residents return to normal.
Proposed 27-million-metric-ton-per-year LNG export facility at Port of Brownsville, Texas, could cost company up to $20 billion to build.
Pennsylvania retail mall operator may have offered clue to Shell's plans to develop a world-class ethane cracker in the natural gas-rich Marcellus and Utica shale region.
New technologies are increasing the industry’s situational awareness of cybersecurity threats, experts tell the crowd at DUG Permian Basin.
Cynthia Jaggi was promoted to senior vice president of engineering and operations services, and Michael LeBlanc was promoted to senior vice president of liquids business unit operations.
New system provides real-time remote data acquisition, monitoring, and control of assets in the field. Wells can be operated at higher efficiencies by analyzing site-specific, day-to-day processes. Offsite adjustments available.
RTG Connect systems availability will begin in November 2013.